of the townships surrounding johannesburg. it is where blacks had to live because they couldn't live in the city limits. a t a lot of the people that live here work nearby. that's the promise of the new south africa, those are single family homes built by the government as promised since the aend of apartheid, they have power, you can't see them that clearly, but they have water tanks the streets have electricity, they are paved, that's the promise, this is the unfulfilled prompt, so many of the people that live in these still live in shanties, look at these things with tin roofs, there are rats going through here, this area was built in 1912 to house 70,000 people, the estimated range widely but there might be up to three-quarters of a million people here, and by the way, we are less than a couple of miles from the richest part of africa, where there are more millionaires than there are anywhere else on this continent. talk about a bifurcated economy, of have notes and haves. we are right in the middle of it right here. includes the united states, where household net worth is at a record high.